Amylase (EnerZyme ALPHA) 1kg

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94483Amylase (EnerZyme ALPHA) 1kg

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A liquid highly concentrated amylase enzyme preparation for degradation of starch and dextrins in fruit juices. Particularly useful in juice from unripe fruit and/or highly acidic juices. Is also used as a treatment for purees of tropical fruit, or for treating unmalted cereals (see Application).

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This product combines the properties of the former Fructamyl FCT & Fructamyl FHT

 

Please see the Additives & Treatments category in Catalogue for our full range of treatments (including enzymes, acidity balancers, sweeteners, etc.).

For drink production equipment and other consumables please see the relevant categories in Catalogue.

Application

  • For: Apple juice, tropical fruit juices/purees (e.g., banana, passion fruit), unmalted cereals (barley, rye, wheat) in brewing
  • Typical dosage for apple juice: 15-30ml/1000l - see Instruction sheet for other doses

 

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